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Pilar Chamorro Fernández

Assistant Professor

Contact Info

Office:
235 Gilbert Hall
Office Hours:
By appointment

Pilar Chamorro comes to UGA from Ohio State University where she completed her dissertation entitled “Pluractionality and Aspectual Structure in the Galician Spanish Tener-perfect.” Dr. Chamorro’s research deals with temporal reference and the truth-conditional and pragmatic contribution of temporal, aspectual, and modal expressions across languages. She is also interested in the semantics of plurals, the mass/count distinction, and quantification.

Other Affiliations:
Specific Research Areas:

Semantics, Pragmatics, Romance languages, Tenetehára

Curriculum Vitae:

Events featuring Pilar Chamorro Fernández

Miller Learning Center Room 245

Dr. Pilar Chamorro will be presenting “Temporal reference and remoteness distinctions in Guajajára.”

Articles Featuring Pilar Chamorro Fernández

Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - 10:29am

Assistant Professor of Linguistics Professor, Dr. Pilar Chamorro, taught a course titled: "Linguistic Fieldwork and Amazonian Languages" at University of Santiago de Compostela May 20 - 21, 2019.

Tuesday, July 17, 2018 - 16:10pm

Dr. Pilar Chamorro has received the Top Cited Paper Impact Factor 2017 award in Phonetica: International Journal of Phonetic Science. This award is for her paper entitled: 'The Effects of Language Dominance in the Perception and Production of…

Monday, September 18, 2017 - 09:32am

Dr. Chamorro spent time this summer collecting data to investigate temporal reference in Tenetehára. She found that the language has a ‘graded past tense system’ with three degrees of remoteness and an evidentiality system that conflates temporal and source of…

My Graduate Students

Graduate Committees:


Amelia Abbott

Ph.D. Student

Jonathan Crum

Ph.D. Student

Kihoon Kim

Ph.D. Candidate

Dot-Eum (Rachel) Kim

Ph.D. Candidate

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